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I didn’t want kids. I really, really, really didn’t. In fact, had I thought of it, I would have put it in writing and had my fiancé sign it before walking the isle. But here we are, 30 years, and two children later; and I’m writing a parenting book. A mentor of mine once said that if three people ask you for the same thing, you probably have the makings of a product or ser I didn’t want kids. I really, really, really didn’t. In fact, had I thought of it, I would have put it in writing and had my fiancé sign it before walking the isle. But here we are, 30 years, and two children later; and I’m writing a parenting book. A mentor of mine once said that if three people ask you for the same thing, you probably have the makings of a product or service that people want. And over the years we have had a number of parents ask if we would consider creating a resource for them. We are empty nesters. My daughter, 24 years old, married in 2018 to a wonderful young man Jason, and my son, 22, has been out of the house for the past three years serving with a mission organization and recently moved to Vancouver. My wife Kathy and I are embarking on this new stage of life and I thought it was time to put to paper the keys that guided us over the past two decades. This book is about how we parented our children. The following chapters are my best attempt at communicating the principles that guided us on our crazy journey of parenthood.


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I didn’t want kids. I really, really, really didn’t. In fact, had I thought of it, I would have put it in writing and had my fiancé sign it before walking the isle. But here we are, 30 years, and two children later; and I’m writing a parenting book. A mentor of mine once said that if three people ask you for the same thing, you probably have the makings of a product or ser I didn’t want kids. I really, really, really didn’t. In fact, had I thought of it, I would have put it in writing and had my fiancé sign it before walking the isle. But here we are, 30 years, and two children later; and I’m writing a parenting book. A mentor of mine once said that if three people ask you for the same thing, you probably have the makings of a product or service that people want. And over the years we have had a number of parents ask if we would consider creating a resource for them. We are empty nesters. My daughter, 24 years old, married in 2018 to a wonderful young man Jason, and my son, 22, has been out of the house for the past three years serving with a mission organization and recently moved to Vancouver. My wife Kathy and I are embarking on this new stage of life and I thought it was time to put to paper the keys that guided us over the past two decades. This book is about how we parented our children. The following chapters are my best attempt at communicating the principles that guided us on our crazy journey of parenthood.

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